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to be a violation of antitrust laws in the early part of the century, similarly for a group -- a publishers association that grew increasingly upset because there was a great deal of price slashing in books sold -- their books sold by the major department stores like macy's. and they set in motion a kind of price fixing activity that covered both copyrighted and uncopyrighted works. they were knocked down by the supreme court for antitrust publishing. one thing i would add is that to the extent this could become a large-scale phenomenon, i think it would run up against strong antitrust law that might step it down. they're not going to sue chef so-and-so for participating in chef a with chef be and probably not sue robin williams for recognizing the in formal rights of some other stand up comedian. but if i got larger i think would run up against an antitrust problem. [inaudible] >> thank you. how are you? [inaudible conversations] >> booktv is on facebook. like us to interact with guests and viewers. >> you are watching c-span2 with politics and public affairs. w
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